Working with Sound: Richard Fidler
Richard Fidler presents Conversations. He discusses the mini-series he co-produced – based on ancient Viking sagas – and about why making radio can be like producing music.
Working with Sound: Kyla Slaven
Kyla Slaven produces the kids ethics podcast Short & Curly. We talked to her about finding the fun in big ethical questions – and why kids are the perfect listening audience.
Working with Sound: Alicia Sometimes
Writer, musician, broadcaster and Outer Sanctum host Alicia Sometimes chats to us about melding science and art, and the spoken word soundscapes that first inspired her.
Working with Sound: Jesse Cox
Radio producer and artist Jesse Cox (This is About) speaks to us about perfectionism, taking a radio show off air and online, and how beneficial listening with others can be.
Working with Sound: Ann Jones
Ann Jones presents Off Track on ABC Radio National. She talked to us about how she thinks about editing, and the incremental picture sound can paint.
Working with Sound: Shevonne Hunt
Shevonne Hunt is the presenter of Kinderling Conversation, a daily parenting show on Kinderling Kids Radio. She spoke to us about authenticity and the appeal of being able to construct your own story.
Working with Sound: James Parkinson
James Parkinson hosts and produces By Association, a narrative podcast about football. He talks to us about authenticity, analytical listening and putting listeners in the moment.
Working with Sound: Meaghan Dew
Meaghan Dew contributed to the Kill Your Darlings podcast for over a year before taking over production and hosting in 2014. She tells us why editing audio is similar to editing words, and why she values Australian content.
Working with Sound: Sophie Harper
Sophie Harper makes Not By Accident – a series about starting out in single motherhood. She spoke to us about durational documentary, hyper-real Australian sound, and Björk.
Working with Sound: Mike Williams
Mike Williams co-produces the podcast The Real Thing. He discusses our unique radio history, and explains why he believes audio innovation isn’t going to come from listening to other podcasts.